New sock tute is ONLINE!

http://www.cometosilver.com/socks

I really hope you enjoy it and find it easy to follow. I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your comments. I’m always open to suggestions for tutorials, so if you have an idea, don’t hesitate to PM me! :slight_smile:

Special thanks to Auburnchick, MaryS, Kemp and SandraEllen for offering to proofread for me. Their help has been invaluable, and I SO appreciate the time you put into it for me.
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happydance :woot:

a tutorial AND an excuse to buy new addi’s. :yay:

Silver, it looks AWESOME!!! :cheering: I have some yarn ready to try your tutorial, just have to buy some circulars! :happydance:

wow I am really impressed- I love all the detailed pictures and specific instructions. (but then, I’m a geek like that. never too many instructions!) That tutorial makes me think even I could try a sock. Thank you! MKZ

:cheering: Thank You! :cheering:

I’m totally pertified to try socks, but you made it look so easy! I’m going to give it a shot.

i am so happy you have this up now!! i haven’t made socks yet, but i am not one to be cautious… :blooby:
as soon as my moms hat/scarf set & dd’s dress and bss are done iam gonna do your socks for my hubby! :happydance:

You are AWESOME!!!

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Thank you :hug: Thank you :cheering: Thank you :muah:

YAY YAY YAY :woot: !! Thank you, Silver! :notworthy:

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I love toe-up socks, worsted weight socks and magic loop!!! Needless to say, I can’t wait to start! Have to finish some cuff downs first. and they’re not even worsted. :pout:

:rofl: According to Silver, I’m “crazy adventurous sock newbie!” :happydance:

WTG, my friend!!! Absolutely PERFECT tutes! :muah: :muah:

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MERCI BEACOUP! THANK YOU SILVER!!! :muah:

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You’re very, very, very welcome everyone! I’m glad you’re all so excited about it! :slight_smile:

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I have to admit that this is the first time I’ve had more than one project OTN. As soon as the tutorial was finished, I immediately cast on despite being in the middle of the mate for my third pair of socks.

…Go Silver, Go Silver, it’s your birthday, it’s your birthday…

Sorry…been around too many kids lately (uh…I work with them…DUH!).

Anyhow, THANKS! :muah:

I am SO going to do this when I am done my Monkey socks!! :cheering: :happydance: Thanks Kristin (who spells her name right :thumbsup: )

I feel kind of bad :oops: I got confused in the begining, with the casting on and toe stuff. Perhaps, for now, I should just do one sock at a time. Three new tecniques is just too much for me :teehee:

Let me just tell you that I had to frog at least four or five times when I was starting mine. I never frog anything because I am so meticulous. I think that for me, the confusion came in because I didn’t know how to switch the needles around. Once I got the hang of this, I started flying.

I’m currently working on turning the heel. I stopped in the middle and forgot where I was, so I frogged back to the beginning of the heel.

Hang in there Dreamweaver. You’ll feel so good when you get it!

This is wonderful!

I’ve been knitting on my first sock (which of course just HAD to be toe-up), in worsted weight, and once I got to the heel, I didn’t know what to do, since all the instructions I had found were just patterns, and I didn’t feel up to trying to convert them. So it’s just been sitting on my desk, looking sadly at me for the past week. Now however…mawhahahha

Silver, you are completely amazing! :notworthy: